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Today's News

  • Tancredo slams Hickenlooper in local appearance

    Evergreen’s one-time congressman, Tom Tancredo, brought his gubernatorial campaign to Marshdale on Jan. 27, and the Republican hammered away at Democratic incumbent John Hickenlooper.

    Tancredo — whose lengthy political career has included a run for president and a previous bid for governor as nominee of the American Constitution Party — got a warm reception at the 285 Corridor Tea Party meeting on a snowy late-January evening.

  • Fallen officer ‘the embodiment’ of dedication

    The Jeffco Sheriff’s Office said goodbye to one of its own this week, a man whose passion for serving the community didn’t end when he clocked out for the day.

    More than a thousand people, many of them law officers, came to the 1stBank Center in Broomfield on Monday to remember sheriff’s Sgt. David Baldwin, 50. Baldwin was killed while on duty Jan. 27 when his Harley-Davidson motorcycle reportedly was struck on Colorado 93 by a vehicle driving in the oncoming lane.

  • EDC has new plan to get help from county

    The Jeffco Economic Development Corp. has received positive feedback on a proposal to partner with the county on an initiative to find real estate that could serve as areas for economic development.

    The EDC is seeking a shared-services agreement to identify those properties and work to turn them into potential sites for business expansion. The county would provide an employee to act as a liaison to planning and zoning departments in the county for developers looking to expand in Jeffco.

  • EPRD defuses controversy, sends Florida-based arts fest packing

    The Evergreen Park and Recreation District defused a building controversy on Jan. 28 by announcing that a Florida-based arts festival scheduled for Buchanan Park this summer would not be coming to Evergreen after all.

  • Yellow-bellied marmots cousins to famed groundhogs

    Editor’s note: The following column is reprinted from Jan. 2010. Sylvia Brockner’s column will return next week.

    Feb. 2 is Groundhog Day, a day that doesn’t have much significance here, but it does in the northeastern states, especially Pennsylvania, where it started.

  • Sheriff's Calls

    A pipe-wrenching tale

  • ‘Deathtrap’ kills with laughs
  • Glee Club empowers EMS students with message of strength

    If there’s one thing that members of the Evergreen Middle School Glee Club have learned this year, it’s that it’s OK to be themselves.

    And they have brought that message to the rest of the school.

  • Sports briefs

    VOLLEYBALL
    1979 Evergreen team to be inducted into CHSAA Hall of Fame

    Chalk another win up for the 1979 Evergreen Lady Cougars’ volleyball team.
    Considered one of the best volleyball programs in state history, if not the best, Evergreen’s 1979 club will be honored Jan. 29 as part of the 25th anniversary hall of fame class by the Colorado High School Activities Association. The ceremony will be held at the Red Lion Hotel in Aurora starting at 6:30 p.m.

  • Open Space sets priorities for park projects

    Jefferson County Open Space has set an extensive list of goals and priorities for improvements to parks in its system this year.

    Trailhead construction is planned at Matthews/Winters Park and in the western portion of Mount Falcon Park. At Apex Park, there are plans to build a bike skills challenge course, with an estimated completion date in November.

    Lair O’ the Bear, Mount Falcon, Matthews/Winters and Pine Valley Ranch parks are slated for restroom replacement. At South Valley Park, a san-o-let will be replaced with a vault toilet.